Indian full service carrier Vistara will resume flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Jodhpur in October.
Vistara has announced the launch of ‘Purple Ticket’ Gift Card, a flexible gift card for travel on Vistara, that can be used by customers for themselves or for personal and corporate gifting.
Vistara today announced that it will be resuming flights to Maldives in September while Indigo has announced two new routes to the islands. Maldives has once again been welcoming tourists from India since 15th July following a temporary ban.
Various Indian airlines have scheduled flights to the Maldives as the country is reopening once again to tourists from South Asian countries including India.
Indian full service carrier Vistara has successfully operated its inaugural flight between Delhi and Tokyo. The route was originally set to launch on 16th June 2021, but was pushed back to 7th July 2021 due to operational reasons. The new route to Tokyo marks the first time that the airline will operate scheduled long-haul flights […]
Indian full-service carrier Vistara has announced that it has restructured its ‘Freedom Fares’ programme, which was launched back in 2018, offering services on a pay-for-what-you-value basis.
Vistara Airlines, a joint venture between Tata Group and Singapore Airlines, plans to start nonstop long-haul flights to the United States between October and December 2021, said Vinod Kannan, Chief Commercial Officer, Vistara.
Vistara today operated a flight with fully vaccinated crew, becoming the 1st airline to do so. Flight UK963 from Delhi to Mumbai marked an important milestone for the airline.
India’s full service airline Vistara, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, has announced that it has postponed the commencement of its service between Delhi and Tokyo Haneda.
Vistara Airlines, a joint venture between Tata Group and Singapore Airlines, is now one step closer to launching flights to the United States. The airline has officially secured approval from the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to begin US operations.